Box Profiles Configuration
The Box Profiles configuration file allows you to configure 0 or more Box profiles with the information required by Box services. To modify the Box Profiles configuration, click on from the bottom of the Sidebar, then click on Configuration and select Box Profiles from the list.
Here’s a sample Box Profiles Configuration file (click on the triangle on the left to expand/collapse):
1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> 2<!-- 3 ~ Copyright (C) 2007-2022 Crafter Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved. 4 ~ 5 ~ This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify 6 ~ it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 3 as published by 7 ~ the Free Software Foundation. 8 ~ 9 ~ This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, 10 ~ but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of 11 ~ MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the 12 ~ GNU General Public License for more details. 13 ~ 14 ~ You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License 15 ~ along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. 16 --> 17 18<!-- 19 Box profiles configuration file. This files configures 0 or more 20 profiles with the information required by the Box API. 21 22 For every profile you need to specify: 23 <profile> 24 <id/> 25 <clientId/> 26 <clientSecret/> 27 <enterpriseId/> 28 <publicKeyId/> 29 <privateKeyPath/> 30 <privateKeyPassword/> 31 <uploadFolder/> 32 </profile> 33 34 id: a unique id for this profile, this will be referenced in the 35 control defined in the content type 36 clientId: Box client id 37 clientSecret: Box client secret 38 enterpriseId: Box enterprise id 39 publicKeyId: Box public key id 40 privateKeyPath: Full path for the private key file 41 privateKeyPassword: Password used to decrypt the private key 42 uploadFolder: Name of the folder where files will be uploaded 43 44--> 45<box> 46 <box> 47 <profile> 48 <id>box-default</id> 49 <clientId>...</clientId> 50 <clientSecret>...</clientSecret> 51 <enterpriseId>...</enterpriseId> 52 <publicKeyId>...</publicKeyId> 53 <privateKeyPath>...</privateKeyPath> 54 <privateKeyPassword>...</privateKeyPassword> 55 <uploadFolder>videos</uploadFolder> 56 </profile> 57 </box> 58</box>
To obtain the clientId, clientSecret, enterpriseId, publicKeyId, privateKey and privateKeyPassword you need to use a Box Developer Account to create a new App and configure it to use OAuth 2.0 with JWT.
For more details you can follow the official documentation.
If you are using a JRE older than
1.8.0_151 you need to install the JCE Unlimited Strength
Jurisdiction Policy Files. For newer versions you only need to enable the unlimited strength setting.